Posts Tagged "low moods"

What Life Toxins Belong in the Mental Dumpster and Why?

Here is a short list of common Mental Life Pollutants: Yesterday’s resentments Angers Grudges Wounds Unforgiveness Limiting beliefs (“I am not smart enough”, “I would fail for sure if I tried that“)   They ARE clingy and stubborn.   They

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Your Mood: The Key to How You Really Are in the World

  We often assume that we are in charge of our moods, but are we really? To be sure, we are always in a mood. In fact, you cannot be alive and not be in a mood of some kind.

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Carbohydrates and Low Moods: Comfort Foods to the Rescue

According to a recent paper on moods from John Hopkins, indulging in carbohydrate-rich foods (for example, pasta, cake, bread, rice, bagel, pancakes, crackers, potatoes, bread sticks, waffles, and cookies) could indicate that you may have atypical depression. Ingesting such foods

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Compassion: Empathy, Sharing, Feeling, Recovery, Emotions…

I  want to start 2013 with some thoughts on compassion toward the self and others. We are often very hard on ourselves when we realize that we need, or wish, to change something about our habits or behaviors. Every New

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